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Training Log Archive: loribuckley

In the 7 days ending Sep 3, 2017:

activity # timemileskm+ft
  Trail Run3 3:21:00 16.75(12:00) 26.96(7:27)
  Treadmill1 1:00:00 5.6(10:43) 9.01(6:39)
  Concrete/road run1 45:00 4.0(11:15) 6.44(6:59)
  Total5 5:06:00 26.35(11:37) 42.4(7:13)

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Saturday Sep 2, 2017 #

8 AM

Trail Run long (Long run) 1:30:00 [4] 7.5 mi (12:00 / mi)

This was such a fun run. Due to time constraints I had to run a close trail. It is flat except for 2 loops. I added 2 repeats of both loops after running 20 flat and then I finished up with 15 min flat. I haven't run those loops in years because of flooding but they were in great shape. These loops are called EKG and AED.

I have a new medical plan for my lung issues. It appears that I still have a lot of inflammation from the bronchitis. I won't be 100% by race day but with the cooler temps, I should be good enough. Hopefully no rain to complicate anything.

Friday Sep 1, 2017 #

6 PM

Concrete/road run (WEasy) 45:00 [3] 4.0 mi (11:15 / mi)

Run through my neighborhood. Still a bit of arm pain but much less than yesterday.

Thursday Aug 31, 2017 #

6 PM

Trail Run (Flat ) 1:01:00 [3] 5.25 mi (11:37 / mi)

Not a good run. It was a bit warm and I struggled again. If I kept pressure on my arm, it was better. Without the pressure, it hurt. Hopefully I can get into my Dr tomorrow.

Wednesday Aug 30, 2017 #

6 AM

Treadmill tempo (Combo) 1:00:00 [4] 5.6 mi (10:43 / mi)

Ok run. I made it to 5% incline first time. I made it about half of the tempo portion before I got tired. I was so disappointed when I realized I still had another hill portion. I made it to 5% the second time but it was ugly. The best part was the cool down. I went outside and it was 72 degrees. That felt nice.

Monday Aug 28, 2017 #

6 PM

Trail Run (Walk/run) 50:00 [3] 4.0 mi (12:30 / mi)

Today's run was horrible. I hadn't planned on the walk/run but I felt horrible. The chest pain and arm pain are back, even without using the inhaler. It's very frustrating.

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